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"More Songs About Buildings and Food." This is the final project Food Atlas for ANTH / SOCI 2801.

Archival Wonders Showcase

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Educational Mental Health Resources

Summer course with Juan Rodriguez Camacho

Filmmaking at UNB (UNB Archives)

The UNB Archives serves as a valuable resource for filmmakers, researchers, and enthusiasts alike, providing access to a diverse collection of historical documents, photographs, films, and other materials. These resources shed light on the rich cultural heritage of New Brunswick and offer unique insights into the province's filmmaking history.

Within the UNB Archives, you can explore a wide range of materials related to filmmaking in New Brunswick. This includes archival footage of past productions, behind-the-scenes photographs, scripts, production notes, and other relevant documents. The archives offer a glimpse into the evolution of filmmaking techniques and styles, as well as the social and cultural contexts in which these films were created. As well as the oppourtunity to incover hidden gems, forgotten stories, and untold narratives.

The UNB Archives not only supports filmmakers in their creative endeavors but also plays a crucial role in preserving and safeguarding the province's cinematic heritage. By collecting and archiving films and related materials, the institution ensures that future generations will have access to this rich tapestry of cultural expression. Through the meticulous preservation and digitization efforts of the UNB Archives, valuable cinematic works are protected and made accessible for educational and research purposes.

HIL Research Commons: An Innovation and Productivity Hub

This site will take you through many distinct features of the Harriet Irving Library Research Commons. These features invite student engagement in a way that endorses productivity and innovation. Additionally, it will also elaborate on the various values that the Research Commons endorse that makes this innovation and productivity possible!

Lucy Test

Learning Omeka with the help of a dog.

UNB Cabinet of Curiosities

Select artifacts from UNB Archives & Special Collections, highlighting some of our notable collections

UNB Heraldry

An exploration of UNB heraldry, including the UNB seal and Coat of Arms.
This is a virtual rendering of a physical exhibit running from November 2023-Decemeber 2023 in the Harriet Irving Library Research Commons.
Items are from UNB Archives and Special Collections.

UNB in 30
UNB in 30

Welcome to "UNB in 30, " the podcast that takes you on an inspiring 30 minute or more journey through the rich student experience, exceptional achievements, and innovative spirit of the University of New Brunswick (UNB). Join us as we delve into the fascinating stories, informed by UNB’s toward 2030 strategic plan objectives for transformational learning, community engagement, and research impact.
In each episode, we'll bring you insightful conversations with students, faculty, staff or community leaders who have been touched by UNB's dynamic environment. Join us in hearing the multifaceted world of the University experience. Whether you're a prospective student, a current undergraduate, an international student or an alumnus reflecting on your academic journey, this podcast offers an insightful exploration of the years spent in pursuit of higher education. Discover how this venerable institution, with its two picturesque campuses in Fredericton and Saint John, has been shaping minds, fostering discoveries, and making a lasting impact on the local and global stage.
Through engaging conversations, personal anecdotes, and expert interviews, we unravel the tapestry of university life, highlighting the challenges, triumphs, and transformative moments that shape students' lives. From the anticipation of freshman orientation to the bittersweet graduation day, we leave no stone unturned. Join us as we dive into the student experience, discovering the myriad of extracurricular activities, clubs, and organizations that foster personal growth, leadership, and a sense of belonging. Whether you're a prospective student, an engaged community member, or simply curious about higher education, "UNB in 30" invites you to embark on an enlightening journey through the University of New Brunswick. Join us as we celebrate and challenge the remarkable accomplishments, forward-thinking vision, and unwavering commitment to excellence that defines this esteemed institution.

UNB Orientation Throughout The Years (Archives and Special Collections)

UNB Orientation is an indispensable element of the UNB journey. For our incoming students, it is the milestone that marks their arrival and transition into university life. For organizers and stakeholders at UNB, it is always a delight to welcome new students to the UNB family via progressing the legacy of UNB Orientation. This display celebrates this same legacy and echoes our longstanding traditions and contributions in its own little way to the magnanimous welcome extended to our newest students.

As can be seen, this display elaborates on three different realms of Orientation that we hold most dear- Welcome, Tradition, and Legacy.

UNB Science Fiction and Fantasy Showcase

This site showcases items from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection held by University of New Brunswick Libraries in Saint John.

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